TRENDnet has launched not one but three new IP cameras for all your surveillance needs. The first is the compact outdoor 1.3 megapixel WiFi camera, model TV-IP322WI. The compact camera can record up to 1.3 Megapixel video (1280 x 960) at 30 fps in H.264 compression rated for extreme weather conditions from -30 to +65 degrees. It can record directly to a MicroSD card and also features integrated 2.4GHz Wireless-N networking. The night vision ability can see up to 30 meters, it supports motion detection for recording and email alerts, IPv6 and ONVIF, and Power over Ethernet (IEEE 802.3af/802.3at).
The TRENDnet TV-IP322WI comes with a 3-year limited warranty and will be available in September for an MSRP of $169.99
The second new IP camera from TRENDnet is the Outdoor 2 MP Full HD 1080p PoE+ IR Mini Speed Dome Network Camera, model TV-IP430PI. This one can record with full HD resolution at 30 fps in the space saving H.264 compression format. The dome format allows for endless 360° PTZ and it has both autofocus and a 64x zoom (4x optical, 16x digital). It can view up to 30 meters at night and can operate between -30 and +65degrees.
You can record directly to Micro-SD card, but that’s sold separately. The TV-IP430PI is expected to be available from June at an MSRP of $694.99.
The third and last new IP cam from TRENDnet is the Outdoor 3 MP Full HD 1080p PoE IR Network Camera, model TV-IP312PI. This outdoor rated bullet camera features a 3 Megapixel resolution, advanced night vision image quality, and a night vision rating of up to 50 meters (164 feet).
With a 3 MP sensor and a 2048 x 1536 resolution, this is the best of the three on that ration, but it only records 20fps at this resolution. For the full 30fps recordings, you’ll need to drop the resolution down to Full HD.
The advanced infrared technology creates a more balanced night vision illumination field and reduces overexposure of close objects in the center of the viewing field, a common problem with standard night vision cameras. It also has an impressive range of 50 meters. This camera is equally built to withstand harsh environments and comes with the IP66 weather rating for an operating temperature between -30 and +65 degrees. It comes with an adjustable sun visor and save installation costs by getting its power via the Power over Ethernet (802.3af PoE).
The TV-IP312PI will be available this June 2015 for an MSRP of $254.99.